Warzone Dismemberment Effect Explained

Warzone Dismemberment Effect Explained can make your virtual gunfights more lifelike.
Warzone Dismemberment Effect Explained can make your virtual gunfights more lifelike. / Credit: Activision, Infinity Ward

Warzone Dismemberment Effect can make your virtual gunfights more life-like.

Warzone's massive combat experience pits digital opponents against one another in a competition that can be simply stated as: kill or be killed. While the game contains a variety of features aiming at keeping consistent player engagement such as the Gulag, Call of Duty appears to be making post-engagement scenarios a little more realistic.

Within Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone, a recently added attribute allows players to add a little extra gore and realistic details after their skirmishes. The dismemberment effect in Warzone actively dismembers different limbs of enemy players once they lose their digital lives. Depending on where players are shot, the head, arms, and legs can all be dismembered with this effect.

Prominent Call of Duty YouTuber Nemsk showcases great examples of the dismemberment effect in a recent video:

Warzone Dismemberment Effect Explained

Nevertheless, this effect is a characteristic of the blueprints from the Mace Bundle, available for COD Points (CP) within the in-game store. This bundle features two legendary blueprints:

  • LMG: Bludgeoner, based off of the PKM
  • Shotgun: Skull Hammer, based off the R9-0

Additionally, the most recent Iskra Operator Bundle also features dismemberment effects for her legendary Famas and Deagle blueprints.

Albeit not a game-changing feature, it is subtle variant that will add a little more flare to your Warzone and Modern Warfare eliminations.